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,• HELP CARRY THEIR BURDENS! ft It 11 will7^71 TO THE BISHOPS' WELFARE AND EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND TVS* CSlltCTIO* r# LET US FEED THE HUNGRY—Refugees and exiles throughout the world will benefit by your contribu tion to the U. S. Bishops' Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund. Victims of war in Korea are pic tured receiving some rice from Mr. Hugh McLoone (left), of the War Relief Services N. C. W. C., as Father Harold Henry, of the Columban Fathers looks on. V I FEED THE HUNGRY—Food kitchens provisioned by War Relief Services—N.C.W.C., world-wide agency of the American Catholic Bishops, are the destination of these hungry children somewhere in India. More than twelve million people were forced to leave their homes when new borders divided India and Pakistan. Help lighten their burden by contributing to the 1-aetare Sunday collection of the Bishops’ Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund. THE 1955 COLLECTION for the BISHOPS’ WELFARE AND EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND FOR THE NEEDY OVERSEAS LAETARE SUNDAY, MARCH 20 RjS&sRkK..SJI' 1 HELP CARRY THEIR BURDENS! w ▼HEY PRAY FOR YOUR HELP—Huddled together in small groups at a South Vietnam refugee camp, these victims of war say the Rosary. Fleeing from Communist domination, they brought with them their most precious possessions, their children and their Catholic faith. Give generously to the 1955 collection of the Bishops’ Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund so that they may be supplied with food, clothing, tools and medicine. ‘jwl.4 GIFT OF AMERICAN CATHOLICS—So reads the inscription on this ambulance sent to St. Mary’s Hospital, Lotung, Taipei, operated by the Camilian Fathers there. When the Tachen Islands evacuees arrived in Formosa, War Relief Services—National Catholic Wel fare Conference were on hand with food, clothing and medicine. Give to the U. S. Bishops Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund so that this work may continue. A goal of $5,000,000 has been set for the 1955 collection to be taken in most parishes on Laetare Sunday, March 20. HOMELESS AND HUNGRY—American Catholic aid for the world s needy is dispensed without regard to religion, race or national origin. The plight of these homeless and hungry exiles in the Near East will benefit from your generous contributions to the Laetare Sunday campaign of the Bishops’ Wel fare and Emergency Relief Fund. Let us GIVE to lighten their burdens! This page of pi dur eg and megsage from the Bishops' Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund is brought to you through the courtesy of The Ohio National Bank Columbus, Ohio Affiliated with BANCOHIO CORPORATION. 7'1 WMb 1 s' 1 W .. ST. MOY S HOSPITAL i 1 WSIr 22 S WjrfS Wh- pgl PLIGHT OF THE REFUGEES—Note the worried look on the face of this refugee mother as she seeks to get her family to a safe haven in South Vietnam. The American Catholic relief program there is the largest of any voluntary aid group. Through the Bishops* Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund, their burdens will be light ened. The victims of war in Europe, Asia, the Near and Far East will benefit by your contribution to the Laetare Sunday (March 20) collection. X’ MILK FOR THE THIRSTY—Hundreds of thousands of pounds of pow dered milk and many thousands of cans of evaporated or con densed milk have been shipped by War Relief Services—N.C.W.C., to refugees and exiles throughout the world. The funds from the Bishops’ Welfare and Emergency Relief Collection, March 20. will help these undernourished and underfed victims of war. In Hi« s name, and for their sake GIVE. IN YOUR CHARITY GIVE for the EXILED, HUNGRY, HOMELESS AND DESTITUTE OVERSEAS U. S. Bishops’ Welfare and Emergency Relief Fund.